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Posted Jul 17/17 - Odds of a US High School Athlete Playing in College:
Odds of a High School Athlete playing College Sports Scholarship
Stats.com

Here are the odds of a US high school athlete playing at the next level for 4 popular  sports:
 
Boys playing high School:  Basketball  Baseball  Football  Soccer
Playing in any Division in College 17 : 1 9 : 1 12 : 1 11 : 1
Playing in NCAA Division I 110 : 1 47 : 1 41 : 1 73 : 1
Going Pro 1,860 : 1 764 : 1 603 : 1 835 : 1
 

Odds of a US High School Athlete Playing in College:

What are the chances of a high school athlete making the transition to the college level?  We compared the  number of athletes participating in varsity sports at US high schools  during the 2015-16 school year to the number of college student athletes and arrived at the following percentages. Overall a little over 7% of high school athletes (about 1 in 14) went on to play a varsity sport in college, and about 2% of high school athletes (1 in 50) went on to play at the NCAA Division I level:
Posted Jul 8/17 - NFL Undiscovered

This year’s NFL Undiscovered group will be training at a facility in Florida over the next two months alongside leading college players preparing for the NFL Draft on April 27-29 and established NFL veterans working on their skills in the offseason.

The NFL Undiscovered team aims to identify its final participant by the beginning of March. (Closed)

Who is eligible for the final place on NFL Undiscovered?

  • Applicants must be over 18 but also must be aged 24 or under, cannot have played American football at a US college and must have been out of high school (or equivalent) for at least four years.
  • Experience of playing American football is desirable but not essential.
  • English language is essential because of the short timeframe being worked to.
  • US and Canadian citizens are not eligible.
  • Applicants must be available and eligible to travel to the US for two months from the beginning of March.

How to apply for the final place on NFL Undiscovered:

Applicants should send the following material to NFL.undiscovered@nfl.com by midnight on Sunday, March 5:

  • Film of applicant undertaking vertical jump, box jump, timed 40-yard dash
  • Links to any relevant footage – e.g. workouts, football film or other sports footage
  • Age, height and weight
  • Full contact details
  • Date of birth

Last year’s NFL Undiscovered programme can be viewed here on YouTube.

Posted Jul 6/17 - Sports Fandom and the Different Types !

July 6,2017

Sport Fandom

A sport fan is someone who is an enthusiastic follower of a particular organized

sport A fan can follow a specific player, a specific

team or a specific sport. Researchers acknowledge that there are different classification levels of sport fans.

One method by which researchers have classified sport fans is based

on the motivational distinctions between the individuals proposed that there are five distinct types of sports fans, temporary fans, local fans, the devoted fan, the fanatical fan and the dysfunctional fan.

The local and temporary fans have boundaries placed on their

motivations to attend sporting events based on time and location. A temporary fan is interested in the sport due to a phenomenon such as winning a big game once the curiosity in the sport is over..... This is a Texas Football League news brief.

 

 

Posted Jul 5/17 - Professional Offensive Play Book Profile

Professional Offensive Play Book Profile

Posted July 5, 2017


What's in a professional development academy Texas Football League offensive playbook?

The exact same things that are in most other playbooks,here's an example of what a professional football playbook contains, but every coach has his own base of which he draws his concept.

But here is the basic concept, a playbook should be developed off the following profile:

After the Title of whatever the system will be,

There should be an Introduction: it will establish the Pyschology of the system, Purpose, and Goals

Next- System procedures to Practice, Conditioning

Training Practice, Drills Routins schedule

Offensive Formations without defense

Run game formations and blocking schemes

Pass game formations verses cover packages

Defensive formations

Players and coaches game prep

You can vary it as you want as is the case for most coaches.

Now what's in a play call? while some coaches like to use longgggg wording to call a simple play it can be done in as few as three number's or words.

the play call describes the formation, blocking schemes, strength of formation- motion if any and the snap count,

here's an example of a play call by one academy team 213-Flydog-Leon-Waco-snap count including audible.

This play can be called at the line with a dummie call so the defense can't detect which call is the active call.

this play gave the formation-blocking scheme- strength for slot/receiver-and motion- the snap count will be the last words spoken.

The playbook is the teams operating manual when developed, and without one or a solid pyschology of what the purpose or goals are, success will be limited no matter how good the athlete on that team.

Posted Jul 1/17 - Lab To Leash

Lab To Leash

Posted July 1, 2017


Social Network Marketing

The Lab To Leash program is designed to help beagles retiring from research facilities.

Many dogs spend their lives as service dogs and receive the highest accolades.  Beagles are used as Search and Sniff dogs for U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, as members of the Beagle Brigade to sniff out illegal produce for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and even as Bed Bug Sniffing dogs! Everyone we know thinks that it’s amazing.  But did you know that just as many dogs are service dogs that don’t get the recognition they deserve?  Those dogs are life savers, too…but their jobs are not in the forefront of the public eye.  Why?  Because they are dogs that provide their service behind closed doors – to the biomedical research community.

www.beaglerescueleague.org



 


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